Support Gun Rights - Starbucks Coffee on Valentine's Day

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The National Gun Victims Action Coucil has called for nation wide boycotting of Starbucks on Valentine's Day due to the fact that Starbucks allows it's customers to carry guns. Gunnitors, members of the popular social news website Reddit, are organizing a counter boycott in support of Starbucks recognizing the Second Amendment. The Truth About Guns is also calling for all gun friendly individuals to purchase Starbucks Coffee on Valentine's Day.

Gun Lovers, we encourage you to stop by Starbucks and enjoy a latte with your friends.

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I don't see people with

I don't see people with sidearms sitting and wasting valuable space for hours at a time at Starbucks.
It's mainly liberal faknuts without a shred of brains that are sitting zombies taking up valuable sitting space.

In fact, I don't agree that if you buy 1 cup of coffee you're entitled to an 8hr seat at their shop. Some don't even buy anything but get a free cup of water!
In most of the world, if you're not purchasing and/or drinking their products then you are kicked out to make space for other PAYING customers.

Rather than go on about nonsense issue that are part of our constitutional right, how about make some business sense instead?
Oh, sorry, that would make sense... let's complain about gun-rights instead.

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Starbucks is the place to go

Starbucks is the place to go if u the second amendment...

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Here are a a few of the

Here are a a few of the "Anti-Gun" links.. Here's some of my personal favorite. (Today was the day I realized I was smarter than a Stanford Professor.)
(I shortened it up because it was huge, here are a couple good paragraphs though
Whole comment @

"Are Guns Addictive?
Handling a gun can give a person a sense of power - a stimulant not to dissimilar to a few drinks, a cigarette after a long day, a strong cup of coffee or perhaps a hit of cocaine. A gun addiction might start with target practice and lead to a feeling of needing protection.


But to reply to the below comment: MacDonald's coffee and atmosphere just don't match that of Starbucks (even though their coffee prices are about the same). We like hanging out at Starbucks for hours with our Apple laptop, we just don't think customers need to bring deadly weapons when they come in for coffee, and we're hoping the good people at Starbucks will eventually see how uncool it is, and change their Peets Coffee and Tea Co.//"

Carol Delaney

Providence, R. I., Jan 14, 2011

The writer is emerita professor of cultural and social anthropology, Stanford University.

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I will definatly grab a Mocha

I will definatly grab a Mocha there today. Good for Starbucks!

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